Tucson's Most Wanted: Criminal Takedown - Julio Cesar Karger - Tucson News Now

Tucson's Most Wanted: Criminal Takedown - Julio Cesar Karger

Julio Cesar Karger (Source: 88-CRIME) Julio Cesar Karger (Source: 88-CRIME)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

KOLD and 88-CRIME are asking for your help in getting Tucson's Most Wanted criminals off the streets.  All day long Tucson News Now will be posting mug shots of suspects in local crimes.

Julio Cesar Karger, born Feb. 28, 1977, is one of those being sought by authorities. According to the 88-CRIME website, he is wanted for failure to appear on the original charge of two counts of trafficking stolen property/vehicle.  He is described as Hispanic with brown hair and brown eyes, 6'00" tall and 200 pounds.

If you have any information on the suspect you are urged to call 88-CRIME. You can also submit tips online at http://www.88crime.org.

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